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On Your Mark is a widely recognized non-profit organization providing comprehensive services to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities become independent and productive members of society. We encourage individuals to become active participants in their community regardless of the type or severity of their disability. Our philosophy respects each person’s unique abilities, choices, and needs.
On Your Mark employs over 650 full-time and part-time staff, and offers competitive salaries and benefits. We welcome you to come experience the joy of working with our individuals.
If the above resonates with you and you are interested in employment with On Your Mark, click below to explore the current employment opportunities available.
Full-Time/Part-Time $15.45 - $15.45 Hourly
The role of the Direct Support Professional is to ensure that individuals with developmental disabilities live as independently, comfortably and secure as possible. Direct Support Professionals promote the integration of the individuals into the community by teaching daily living skills, helping attain goals, and providing instruction, assistance and support when required.
Part Time $15.45 - $15.45 Hourly
Direct Support Professionals promote the integration of individuals into the community by teaching daily living skills, helping to attain goals; and providing instruction, assistance and support when required. The Respite department provides relief to caretakers in a variety of programs, incorporating social skills training with fun and exciting activities! As a DSP in our department, you will provide support for individuals in a group setting as they partake in various scheduled activities and trips.
Full Time / Part Time $18.50 - $18.50 Hourly
On Your Mark’s Employment Services Program provides support to individuals with Intellectual /Developmental Disabilities to find and excel in jobs in the community. The role of the Job Coach is to directly support individuals on their caseloads towards successful vocational experiences in the community.
Part Time $34.00 - $34.00 Hourly
The Registered Nurse (RN) provides Nursing Services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The RN provides these services in a variety of program settings including Residential and Day Habilitation locations. The RN ensures the safety of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and self through the appropriate use of universal precaution, lifting and other treatment techniques. The RN fulfills their duties in cooperation with the overall programs, policies, procedures, and agency goals.
Full Time / Part Time $25.00 - $25.00 Hourly
The Behavior Intervention Specialist (BIS) is an integral part of the interdisciplinary team providing support, training, and oversight to individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Utilizing their Master’s Degree in a clinical background, their role is to implement psychological support, conduct necessary assessments, implement behavioral support plans, and provide psycho-education to staff.